How does it work?
We offer you the chance to be seen at a convenient time at work or home. We provide a mat or plinth (treatment couch) and any other treatment equipment you may require. All that is needed is an area at your work or home that is big enough to put up the plinth or spread out the mat and allow you the privacy you need.
Booking An Appointment
Please do not hesitate to contact us by phone, email or through our contact form. We will respond to your query within the hour and book a time and location convenient for you.
What Happens At The First Appointment?
This will last approximately an hour and involve a thorough assessment and setting of goals along with an outline of proposed treatment and treatment as appropriate.
What Happens At The Follow up Appointments?
These will include treatments aiming to help you achieve any set goals and restore you back to work, sport or any other daily activities you may be limited with as a consequence of your injury and/or pain.
Does physiotherapy hurt?
Most physiotherapy techniques and exercises will not hurt. Though sometimes there may be some discomfort with soft tissue techniques, manual therapy, massage and stretches. This will then resolve as the body restores to a more ideal way and resolve pain in the long run.
Can physiotherapy help neck pain?
If you are suffering acute or severe pain it is best to start physiotherapy asap. The physiotherapist will have a number of techniques they can use to reduce/remove the pain and relieve restrictions in the joints and muscles of the neck. They will also teach you exercises to help. If the pain is more long term they will tend to teach a slightly different type of exercise that will work on increasing stability and strength around the neck in addition to manual therapy.
Can physiotherapy cause damage?
Physiotherapists undergo years of training and are made aware in their training of how to ensure their treatment is safe. Your physiotherapist should be registered with the Health Professions Council and they carry out a full thorough assessment prior to starting treatment then it will be very safe.
Can physiotherapy help a trapped nerve?
Nerves can be pinched as they exit between vertebrae in your spine (neck or back). A physiotherapist will be able to assess you and work out where your nerve is being pinched and then carry out manual therapy and teach exercises to help release the pinched nerve.
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Michelle was Very knowledgeable, confident and very helpful. Immediately located the issue and the treatment was incredibly helpful. Very warm and personable with some very helpful advice and guidance.
- Patrick Edwards
Really excellent service. Gemma, who arranged the appointment was great, and Jacob the physiotherapist excellent. I called and within almost 12 hours I was seen and made better!
Veni was great with my Father. Both of them got on well & my Father feel very comfortable with her. Looking forward to Veni providing further Physio for him!
- Parveen S.
I'm really happy with the service received from them. I used them twice and both times the therapists were great, professional, friendly and knowledgeable. Plus the convenience of being seen at my own home.
- Katerina Georgieva
Kate Ewing is a wonderful physio, so patient and understanding. We feel so confident in her knowledge and skill and are looking forward to more sessions..
- Vicky O'Connell
Very good manner and at dealing with patient
Many thanks to all at Physiocomestoyou
- Ali Zaman
Great service and so much easier them coming to your home. Had physio for my 2yr old after his leg was taken out of plaster and Maria was incredibly knowledgeable and friendly with him.
- Louise P.
Jacob was very good and gave lots of helpful exercises and advice. my feet and ankles have definitely improved since his visit so would definitely recomment.
Florence was just fantastic! She helped renew my confidence and was very detailed
I thought your whole service was excellent from booking to receiving treatment. Unfortunately my mother (patient) did not want to continue with treatment at this stage. I thought Abideen was superb and kept me informed in detail of how the treatment went. I have no doubt that if my mother would have given herself a chance with Abideen then she would have been on the road to recovery by now, but I couldn’t force Her. I would definitely recommend your services to a friend.
Excellent service and prompt with materials in hand.
- Seun Ashaye
This was the first time I've use Physiocomestoyou services, and so far I am very happy. Customer services is excellent, and Lauren is very nice and professional. I can't wait for my daughter next appointment.
- Andreea Perju
I had an incredible experience with physio. James Bradley - I had nerve damage and though I'm a professional fitness instructor, I could not move past it- within an hour and a half he had me up and moving- really the BEST experience I could have had and so grateful he showed up on time to my home. What a gift.
- Lyndsey Seale
James was thorough, clear in his explanations and about what I should expect from the treatment. He was also able to put me at ease during the session. Overall this has been a very good experience and I would be happy to recommend the service to a friend.
- Helen Welch
I called around to many clinics but they either don't do home visits or were not taking new patients. I was able to find one through PhysioComesToYou and the service was amazing. A high professional organisation.
We were assigned James Bradley (who is a fantastic physiotherapist) to help my father recover his mobility following a stroke. I cannot speak highly enough of his bedside manner and professionalism. I would recommend both PyhsioComesToYou and James
- Ojas Patel
Lockdown had the merit of flushing out those dark alcoves where excuses live to put off exercise but more time at home can leave you prone to over doing it. That was my story with what started as a niggle in my heal developing into a massive inflammation of my achilles and forced hanging up of my running shoes. That's when Physio Comes to you comes in. The lay up was inevitable but what was concerning was the prospect of finding a high quality physio to aid my return to tempo and long runs in the midst of tier 4 lockdown. It was great to hear the reassurance that a quality physio was on hand and the home visit that was promtpty arranged put me well on the road to recovery. It may be a while yet before clocking those sub 7 minute miles but with these guys with me every step of the way I know that when the running shoes are back on I will be in best shape.
Angela was brilliant, very considerate and professional. Most impressed
- Evan Parker
Pietro graduated in Italy obtaining a first class honours in Physiotherapy where he started his career working as an outpatient physiotherapist providing treatments to neurological and orthopaedic patients with sub-acute and chronic conditions. After mo...
Pepi qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1996 with a degree in Physiotherapy from the Medical University Medical College Plovdiv Bulgaria. After working for 1 year in Medical University Hospital as rotational Physiotherapist, she moved to Greece where she w...
Suchit completed his Bachelors’ degree in Physiotherapy in Belgaum, India in 2000. He worked for two years in India, primarily in the earthquake affected area of Gujrat and gained extensive experience of managing complex orthopaedic conditions including spinal ...
Tricia Scott qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2006 from University of East London. She is a highly experienced physiotherapist who commenced her career in the NHS Trust hospitals and is currently working within the NHS Trusts and private hospitals. He...
Angela qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1992 from St Mary’s Hospital, London. She commenced her career in the NHS before returning to study and completing a Master’s Degree in Sports Medicine from Glasgow University in 1997. She then began work...
Caroline is a Chartered Physiotherapist and is registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council. She graduated from Glasgow University with a Bsc in Anatomy and Physiology in 2007 before studying Physiotherapy as a Masters degree at Glasgow Caledonia...
Prity is a senior physiotherapist with over 13 years of experience as a physiotherapist. She has experience of working in the NHS as well as the private sector. Prity holds a Masters’ degree in musculoskeletal and Orthopaedic rehabilitation. She also has expe...
Florence qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2006 from the University of East London. She began her Physiotherapy career at a busy District General Hospital in London. She has worked in many specialities and has chosen to focus on working in a domicilia...
In 2014 Leanne extended our service to the West Country and manages Physiocomestoyou Bristol. She has over 12 years of experience in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Leanne worked at Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, contributing to research and prese...